Colombia announces it has authorized direct flights to the Dominican Republic to resume. On 19 September, aviation authorities in Colombia approved flights to resume from Cartagena to Fort Lauderdale in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
Likewise, Colombia aviation authorities also announced on Monday, the authorization for direct flights from and to Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.Flights to and from Colombia had been suspended for around six months.
According to Worldometer, Colombia is in sixth place in total cases in the world, with a fatality rate of 478 per 1M inhabitants. The fatality rate of the DR per 1M inhabitants is 190.
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22 September 2020
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